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to cry. i'm just sick. >> and now it looks like these floods could soon get even worse. plus, lindsay lohan back in court for the first time since failing a drug test. the judge definitely didn't go easy on her. and, caught on video. [screams] >> jon: disaster at the air show. i'm jon scott in for shepard smith. and the iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad now repeating his controversial comment about 9/11 possibly being an inside job. he made the remarks during a speech at the united nations yesterday. president obama responded in a television interview calling ahmadinejad's comments offensive and hateful. but that didn't stop ahmadinejad from repeating himself at a news conference this morning. >> almost in all the polls over 80% of the american people consider the 9/11 tragedy a suspicious one. >> jon: we have no idea what polls he is referring to there we wanted to grill him about this ourselves. you will remember yesterday we told you shepard was scheduled to interview president ahmadinejad. after the interview was confirmed the iranians called it off citing some sort of, quote,
think there was so much hype leading up to np you can see lindsay lohan. that was an opening part of this thing. you saw her quickly. she said you've got to pull it together, handler, nobody will hire an alcoholic. a lot of people laughed about that. the thing people were talking about was this big rivalry between tarl swift and kanye west, was it going to play out, was it not? she had a song a lot of people said seemed was about him. >> it was to me at least my interpretation a song of forgiveness for him, kind of forgiving him. >> of course referencing when he interrupted her last year at the vmas. listen to his song, though, because a lot of people said it addressed his character flaws. this closed the show. ♪ >> so a lot of people are saying that's the end of his pop culture exile. and you should note everyone was chanting "kanye." the only standing ovation of the night. >> i'm surprised they let him close out the show, but they gave him a big spot in the show. we can't say some of those lyrics on the air he said. but basically he said i screwed up, trying to atone for that.
dignity for a paycheck. >> it was not scripted, sir. >> you seem to be acting like a lindsay lohan wannabe in this matter. >> whoa. lindsay lohan wannabe. >> i suddenly like that judge quite a bit. >> yeah, he was not even too kind to her. she apologized, said it wouldn't happen again, said it wasn't scripted, she will pay her fine and do her community service. and that is for snooki, who once said she was too pretty to be in jail. >> i have nothing against the girl, i just still am just fascinated by how all of these kids have risen to such fame. they have such a cult following if you watch the show or read anything about them. i've heard people say watching them live this sort of lifestyle makes us all envious because they act out on every impulse. whether it be drinking, whether it be -- >> a lot of folks -- i mean, everybody in their young days has their party days. i'm sure if there was a camera on people who were in college, they'd catch some stuff. these kids just happen to have a tv contract. >> and they are smiling all the way to the bank, all of them.
with prostitutes. and lindsay lohan, behind bars after failing a drug test only to be set free. joining me to talk about, joey jackson and vicky ziegler. every time i see a public figure defamation lawsuit, i say good luck. you are a public figure and there is a higher burden of proof. you have to prove actual malice. >> they were going intended to harm this person's reputation. >> gregg: how do you prove that? >> almost impossible to do, especially when you are a public figure a celebrity. >> gregg, if it works. >> how many cases have actually been proven and how many can prove damages? very difficult. >> gregg: like the only one i remember. >> here is the point. u.s. times versus sullivan, what the standard, nothing of false it or reckless disregard of the truth. we have a ma dam who is convicted felon who happens to be running governor who says nonsense she had something with people employed. we have to make it suspect. we have to hold the media to some standard. >> gregg: second have all, you have to prove that the good name has been damaged. arguably, i can hear a defense attorney saying, hey
we know there was damage there and in segerville, highland park, and lindsay and cook county. no reports of deaths from tonight's storm. >> before tornados started dropping down in north texas, we had record rainfall. one man died in the floods in johnson county. rushing water from a creek swept his truck off of county road 607. rescuers found james wright's body about 1:00 this afternoon. firefighters say they heard him screaming but they couldn't get to him in time. firefighters in arlington were busy this afternoon helping people escape from the rising water there. we watched person after person climb across a ladder at the willows at shady valley apartments. even a man with a baby strapped to his chest managed to get out okay, as cars were floating away. the water rose up to eight feet outside those apartments today. tonight, many people who live there cannot go back inside. channel 8 is live in arlington with their story. >> reporter: fire officials estimate most of than 100 people alone at this complex have been left homeless by these floodwaters. they severe damaged 14
rejected. >>> actress lindsay lohan is back in rehab. she was sent to jail last week in los angeles after failing a drug test but was released after posting a $300,000 bail. back in august, lohan spent three weeks in a court-ordered rehab program. >>> and necessity being the mother of invention, that's singer gloria esstephon. she was forced to climb out a window and into an adjoining suite at the miami dolphins game sunday. she was set to introduce enrique iglesias at halftime but her door was locked and she couldn't get out. firefighters, locksmiths, security there, they all tried, couldn't pry it open, so that's what she had to do. >> wow, that's interesting. >> she had to even take off her high heeled shoes and then race across the field. >> she was a good sport. tonight's shot hits close to home for folks working in a news room. have you to remember there are live cameras around often, which could catch you, well, you know, digging for stuff. so we found this on youtube during a live shot of this news program. see what's going on behind the anchorwoman's shoulders. and wait for it, w
live to an event with lindsay gramm of south carolina. he has just returned from afghanistan serving as legal adviser. he will talk about the war in counterterrorism strategy. this is live coverage on c-span from the american enterprise institute. >> he has served the state of south carolina in the u.s. senate since 2003. it was called to active duty in the first gulf war and continues to serve in the reserve. he recently returned from reserve duty in afghanistan. and i hope he will talk to us a little bit about that as well. he is one of the most articulate national security advisers in the united states and and has been outspoken in support of our troops, their mission, and the importance of understanding what is at stake in the war on terror. he has condemned the news on practice of setting arbitrary deadlines for troop drawdowns in said it would be a mistake to leave iraq while maintaining a military presence. earlier this year it redkey introduced a reform act. to talk about that bill, afghanistan, and anything else he would like to talk about, let me welcome senator lindsay gra
hastings, car he will issa, chairman joe lieberman and senator brownback and lindsay graham as well as my friend from columbia, south carolina, the honorable jim clyburn for assisting in this effort. i'd also like to ex pry -- express my appreciation to the conservation organizations that have assisted in this effort, including the wildlife conservation society, the world wildlife fund, the humane society of the united states, the association of zoose and aquariums, -- zoos and aquariums and safari club international. these clupes -- groups worked tirelessly for the passage of this bill and i thank them. i urge an aye vote. there is no question that it will help stamp out extinction. thank you, mr. speaker. and i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentlewoman from the virgin islands. mrs. christensen: thank you, mr. speaker. i also want to mention our colleague from guam, congresswoman bordallo's support for this bill. though she could not be here to support this as she's on official business, she relays her thanks to the gentleman
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